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January 6, 1966     Jewell County Record
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ed in the audience Dunn of Cimarron, Mrs. Emily Dunn of Cimarron was a house guest over was an overnight guest Thurs- Year's weekend at the day of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Clark. of her son, Mr. and Mrs. Thursday guests of Mr. and Durra. Mrs. Joe Haskins were Mr. and and Mrs. Leo Blanding Mrs. George Greenberg and son, hosts to the Past Sixteen Marvin, of Seldon, Karts Mr. Club on Saturday even- and Mrs. James Gray and ited guests were Mr. and daughter, Beth, of Valley Center, Snyder. Refreshments Mrs. Maude Abram of James- served by the hosts town, Mr. and Mrs. Jack HaNk- and Mrs. H. G. Field were ins, Mrs. Bertha Greenberg, and guests New Year's Eve Mr. and Mrs. Gene Haskins and watched the Mona McClusky'son, Russell, spent a part of the munity Church, with Rev. Paul show on television and saw the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. IN. Temple officiating. Clarks' daughter, Mrs. Jimmy Lynn Volkerand family and l Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cooper WAUNITA Wing (Patricia) Martin, who was seat- Mrs R W. Stafford at Highland, of Rogue River, Ore were visit- Kans. While there they made the ors Wednesday afternoon of Mr. acquaintance of Matthew Cody, i and Mrs. Edgar Isaacson. His who was born Dec. 28 to Mr. mother, Mrs. Ethel Cooper of and Mrs. Volker. . Jewell, visited Mrs. Maude How- Mr. and Mrs. Don Keeler of!land. Derby, Kans were house guestsI Mrs. Lu Emma Studtsman and over the weekend of his parents, Mrs. Jack Woodside of Guide Mr. and Mrs. Roy Keeler, and Rock, Nebr,were guests Friday visited her mother, Mrs. Anna of Mrs. Gertie Patrick KinNey, at the Belden Rest, The Formoso Odd Fellows Home in Superior. Lodge surrendered its charter to Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Haney of the Grand Master, who was in Republic were dinner guests on Formoso on Wednesday. Due to Wednesday at the home of her i the lack of membership and at- Dempsey and Mr. and Mrs. Den- nis Murray and Brian were din- ner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dempsey. Afternoon callers were Mrs. Richard RuN- sell, Mrs. Quincy Sills, Janics and Wayne Dempsey, and Miss Joan Whipple of Jetrnore, Kans. them for a visit. Mrs. Rosa Schoonover, Mrs. Everette Doxon of Great Bend Robert Schoonover and children and his son, Bob, of Jewell spent and Mrs. Lizzie Schoonover of Tuesday installing a new clothes Lincoln were Saturday evening drier at the home of Everette's supper guests of Mrs. Mary Dia- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. mond in Mankato. Doxon, which was a Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Falk were gift from Everette and children. Saturday dinner guetss of Mr. Mr. J. Galen Temple of New and Mrs. Raymond Falk in Con- Orleans was a guest in the home cordia. They called on Mrs Ellen CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all my friends and relatives for all the cards, visits and flowers while in the hospital and since coming home. Your thoughtfulness will always be appreciated. A very special thanks to Vera Thompson for keeping the house warm while I was away. --Mrs. Nancy Haggart. Bill Ramey and a friend, Jim Trigg, of Ottawa, Kansas arrived Friday for a visit at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Char- les Ramey, before returning to and Mrs. Howard Field, family sister, Mrs. Edd Stansbury, and tendance, the order was forced of Rev. and Mrs. Paul Temple Williams at Jamestown in the Lawrence where they attend the Mrs. John Magnu'sson receiv- Mr. Stansbury. Another sister, !to discontinue, during the middle of last week. evening. University of Kansas. The boys ~y dinner guests of Mr. ed word early Sunday morning Mrs. Delia Heldt of Lovewell, Mrs. Zella Wary of Salina A brother of Rev. Temple, he is ]Vlr and Mrs. Robt. Slaughter psent part of the holidays visit- 3. Bill Simmons were Mr. of the death of her sister, Mrs. was an afternoon visitor, spent a few days last week vis- employed as a tool and equip- and girls left Monday for their ing Mr. and Mrs. WeN Hedden ~. Ben Simmons and faro- Katherine Romaine, age 77, of[ Mrs. Lyle Baskins and child-[iting her sisters, Mrs. Blake ment designer by the Boeing Co. home in Maryland. in Salt Lake City, Utah and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Nitcher San Francisco, Calif. Funeral ren returned home Friday after ~ Dewey and Mrs. Leona Fleming, skiing at Sun Valley, Idaho. Jghter, Sandra, of Belle- services and burial will be at spending a week at the home of and other relatives. San Francisco. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Mr. and Mrs. Dude Nelson and Miss Aledaide Regnier re- Haskins, son of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Patrick, Stansbury, in Wichita. Her par- children of Courtland were Fri- turned last weekend after Joe Haskins of Formoso, Mr and Mrs. Carl Florell and ents brought her home, then day afternoon visitors at the spending Christmas with rela- anic Lehmkuhle of Clint- Mrl Will Patrick were ciinner spent the weekend at the home Blake Dewey home. tires in Medicine Lodge, Kansas, wa, were married on Tues- guests New Years' Dav of Mr. of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edd lvtr. an.a lvirs, tsert u]amonn ~enl, ~g, Dec. 28. The couple and Mrs. Howard E.J Patrick, i Stansbury, and other relatives, and family and Mr. and Mrs. Sunday afternoon to Garden I Miss Judy Acers of Salina Guests for the holidays at the aou e guests of h:s parents Elaine, Dianne and Tony ], Mr. and M;rs. Kenneth Huber, ~owara Appmoy were supper h ry where ,sHe teacHes jumor spent the weekend in the Del- home of Mr. and Mrs. Ha.m.ld w.eanesday until Friday. George Sarah and Frances]Jr aria cnuuren moved ~unaay guests ~una,ay evening or lvir. gn pnysmm ~mucauon. bert Stevenson home, the guest Ahrens were Mrs. Mona Meier Will be at home at Port- McCune were hosts to a lunch-It Burr Oak, where he is oper- ann Nl~. ~a:e Lrmson and ram- of Ruth Stevenson The girls are of Fort Collins, Colo. and Mr. ~vlaine, where Mr. Haskins ~ ~n r~, o~ ~ ~,~ D~ [ator of the county road main- ily ot tJouruana. Formoso Youth Fellowship roommates at K-State and Mrs Steve Ahrens and positron as salesman for urn- ~, ;, ~u,~,a,~ [tamer for that area. ! Mr. and Mrs. Rmhard Spiegel, Sponsors Film -- Elaine of Manhattan. [ vJ~Jc~ zx~:o I. l t.ttctt I t, ira zJ~ tiv v zLt ~ ) " n J " V~ckl a d udy, spent the Chnst- eade-Johnson Pharmaceut- . r and Mrs Don Hurd, who has been hos-t . . Their guests were M. . . o whmh serves the entire Tnh. ah~ ,~e m,~r ~1~ Mr o,nlmtahzed for the Hast two weeks' maN holidays w~th her parents, Misfit ~s the title of the of Maine. ICIrs: ]3]H~a~cle~son of"Concor~'~, in the Belleville hospital follow-'~Mr" and lvirs, uon Smith of Mis- Christian film to be shown this -- aer guests New Year's Day Mi~ ~;~;~,~ ~,c, ho~ ~ r~onv~r' ling a heart attack, is reoorted'~ stun, Kans. Sunday evening at 7:30 at the ~ d ~ ~ - ~" I " -- twrs. ~ arl hiarK and ~ars. LlIa Formoso Communit Ch h ' ,: .and Mrs. Chas. Watson Colo Mr. and Mrs. Howard,as making a favorable recovery y urc . ~||~ Am,~ll ~~, aChard were Mr. and Mrs ~4 ~',~ r~rr, and Robert of[but will have to remain in thel.t'atter,s n we~ mnper gues~s on Sponsored Dy the Youth Fellow-l~'~ ][ Ir~ ~B ~V ww~ Watson of Oskaloosa: Ha~J~and~Clr~Clavton Hu~hes [hospital for 30 days. His par-J~ew. ~'.ears l)ay at the laylor ship, the film portrays the mixed m ,and Mr. and Mrs HarloT :~v~-' and Mrc T~x~;lar C'l~r~ ,lents, Mr. and Mi-s. Frank Hurd[t:larK n me=~. up lives of teenagers who are ~ I ~l I~l~ )n and Robert " ~:~'~'~*" lVir ~" an~i~''l~'~'~=,ilof Hastings, visited him Christ-[ ~v~r. and .~.rs; l